Sunday TV: Jimmy Finally Becomes Saul

SaulThe fifth and penultimate season starts for the great “Better Call Saul” (AMC, 10 p.m.) as Jimmy McGill finally cuts ties with his past persona and starts to market himself as Saul Goodman. But tonight’s episode begins with a long segment about his future self in wintery Omaha mall, where he contacts a surprising figure. Its regular time slot start is tomorrow.

It comes after the first new episode of “The Walking Dead” (AMC, 9 p.m.) in many weeks, in which Carol faces Alpha.

“Forensic Files II” (HLN, 10 p.m.) is named like a sequel to differentiate itself from its predecessor of nearly a decade ago, that was narrated by Peter Thomas. There are of course a million true crime documentary shows now. But their new narrator is a good one — Bill Camp, who is so good in hard-boiled HBO series like the current “The Outsider” (HBO, 10 p.m.).

There are a couple of season finales for public television serials — the Jane Austin-inspired “Sanditon” (PBS, 9 p.m., check local listings) as well as “Vienna Blood” (PBS, 10 p.m., check local listings).

Saul cuts a deal on “Homeland” (Showtime, 9 p.m.), which is paralleling real events once more in terms of a Taliban peace plan.

Auditions continue on “American Idol” (ABC, 8 p.m.) and Katy Perry faints.

In the new “Disney Fam Jam” (Disney, 8:23 p.m.), families compete with dance battles.

Natalie Morales looks at the beloved John Hughes film in the special “The Breakfast Club: Behind Closed Doors” (Reelz, 9 p.m.).

A seventh season starts for “When Calls the Heart” (Hallmark, 8 p.m.).

On “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (HBO, 10:30 p.m.), Larry is delighted to get a handicapped parking permit.

Mxyzptlk returns on “Supergirl” (CW, 9 p.m.).

On “Duncanville” (Fox, 8:30 p.m.), Duncan is replaced on his video game team.

Michael Bloomberg becomes a candidate for satire on “Our Cartoon President” (Showtime, 8:30 p.m.).

A baby is born on “Avenue 5” (HBO, 10 p.m.).

On “Dare Me” (USA, 10 p.m.), Addy and Colette try to contain a secret.

Annie tries some self-improvement on “Good Girls” (NBC, 10 p.m.).

On “Kidding” (Showtime, 10 p.m.), Jeff tries to teach children about change, and there’s a funeral at sea on a second episode at 10:30 p.m.

A female assassin is on the loose on “NCIS: New Orleans” (CBS, 10 p.m.).

“The Rookie” (ABC, 10 p.m.) looks amor an abducted officer.

“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” (Bravo, 8 p.m.) need a mediator to get between Kenya and Nene.

Mike confronts his dad about his business on “Shahs of Sunset” (Bravo, 9 p.m.).

Colonial life gets tougher for Claire and Jamie on “Outlander” (Starz, 8 p.m.).

On “The Simpsons” (Fox, 8 p.m.), Professor Frink develops a cryptocurrency and becomes richer than Mr. Burns.

A new villain invades Gotham on “Batwoman” (CW, 8 p.m.).

“Doctor Who” (BBC America, 8 p.m.) travels far into the future fight Cybermen.

Miles gets his own name as a friend suggestion on “God Friended Me” (CBS, 8 p.m.).

On “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist” (NBC, 9 p.m.) Zoey hears her boss sing and worries about her marriage.

A pair of twins become “Naked and Afraid” (Discovery, 8 p.m.).

“The Circus: Inside the Craziest Political Campaign on Earth” (Showtime, 8 p.m.) has a lot to cover, from the big Democratic debate to the Nevada caucus.

Mike’s past is a problem for Cynthia on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” (Bravo, 8 p.m.).

Bob takes an online master class from a famous chef on “Bob’s Burgers” (Fox, 9 p.m.).

On “NCIS: Los Angeles” (CBS, 9 p.m.) Called is in danger.

Andy thinks his ex-girlfriend may have been behind an abduction of his wife and son on “Wrong Man” (Starz, 9 p.m.).

The White House can tune into a movie it likes better than “Parasite” tonight on Turner Classic Movies’ 31 Days of Oscar when “Gone With the Wind” (10 p.m.) is replayed. Other oldies on today: “Annie Get Your Gun” (6:30 a.m.), “The Perils of Pauline” (8:30 a.m.), “Wee Willie Winkie” (10:15 a.m.), “The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer” (noon), “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” (1:45 p.m.), “Suspicion” (4 p.m.), “Ivanhoe” (6 p.m.), “Waterloo Bridge” (8 p.m.), “Mogambo” (2 a.m.) and “Knights of the Round Table” (4:15 a.m.).

NBA action includes Boston at Lakers (ABC, 3:30 p.m.), Minnesota at Denver (NBA, 6 p.m.) and New Orleans at Golden State (NBA, 8:30 p.m.).

Hockey has Pittsburgh at Washington (NBC, noon), St. Louis at Minnesota (NBC Sports, 7:30 p.m.) and Vegas at Anaheim (NBC Sports, 10 p.m.).

Spring baseball includes Yankees vs. Tampa Bay (MLB, 1 p.m.).

Men’s college hoops include Penn State at Indiana (Fox Sports 1, noon), Temple at East Carolina (ESPNU, noon), Wichita State at Cincinnati (ESPN, 1 p.m.), St. John’s at Seton Hall (CBS, 2 p.m.), South Florida at Connecticut (CBS Sports, 2 p.m.), Southern Illinois at Northern Iowa (ESPNU, 2 p.m.), Maryland at Ohio State (CBS, 4 p.m.), Butler at Creighton (Fox Sports 1, 4 p.m.), New Mexico at Boise State (CBS Sports, 4 p.m.), Southern California at Utah (ESPNU, 6 p.m.) and Stanford at Washington State (ESPNU, 8 p.m.).

Women’s games include Vanderbilt at Tennessee (ESPN2, noon), North Carolina at Wake Forest (NBC Sports, noon), Auburn at Texas A&M (ESPN2, 4 p.m.) and Tulane at Cincinnati (ESPNU, 4 p.m.).

Final rounds are played in golf’s WGC-Mexico Championship (Golf, 1 p.m.; NBC, 2:30 p.m.).

NASCAR runs its Pennzoil 400 (Fox, 3:30 p.m.).

XFL games have New York at St. Louis (ESPN, 3 p.m.) and D.C. at Los Angeles (Fox Sports 1, 6 p.m.).

Women’s college gymnastics include Utah at UCLA (ESPN2, 6 p.m.).

Bowling has its PBA U.S. Open (Fox, 1 p..m.).

Sunday Talk

ABC: National security adviser Robert O’Brien, Rep. James Clyburn. CBS: O’Brien, Joe Biden. NBC: Clyburn, vice presidential chief of staff Marc Short. CNN: Sen. Chris Murphy. Fox News: Short, Tom Steyer.

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